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    MJHS Home Care provides advanced medical services and emotional support to patients who prefer to recover from illness, injury or surgery in the familiar surroundings of their homes.

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    When days cannot be added to a life, we add life to remaining days. Our multidisciplinary teams offer culturally-sensitive, end-of-life and palliative care services to patients and their families at home or in assisted living communities, skilled nursing facilities and hospitals.

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    Whether there is a need for short-term rehabilitation or long term care, MJHS provides compassionate, culturally sensitive services in state-of-the-art facilities with stunning oceanfront locations.

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    When patients with chronic conditions need additional support, but wish to retain their independence, MJHS Adult Day offers rehabilitation and nursing care in a social setting that allows them to create bonds while improving their ability to perform key activities.

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    Over the past 25 years, we have offered Medicare beneficiaries and Medicaid recipients a wide range of no or low cost health plans that provide access to medical services, including prescription drug coverage. Many options are available.

About-Us-pic_webMJHS Opens Institute for Innovation in Palliative Care

Recognizing the need for improved access to specialist-level community-based palliative care, MJHS has created the MJHS Institute for Innovation in Palliative Care. The Institute has three areas of focus: research and analytics; education and training; quality and performance improvement.

Learn more at www.mjhspalliativeinstitute.org

Led by renowned palliative care expert Russell Portenoy, MD, and staffed by a respected team of academics, the goal of the Institute is to promote access to evidence-based, specialist-level palliative care for patients and families coping with serious or advanced illness, whenever and wherever palliative care is needed.

The Institute’s research and analytics efforts will focus on collecting evidence that will inform treatment and the need to assess the benefits and burdens of new systems of care. Education and training initiatives will be devoted to encouraging more practitioners to specialize in palliative care. Quality and performance improvement programs will be committed to the development of measures and strategies that may be broadly applied to new programs in community-based palliative care. Underpinning all Institute activities will be advanced, web-based training and other technology-driven initiatives to optimize information management, communication and education

Initial seed funding for the Institute comes from MJHS Foundation. Continued innovation and growth will be supported by grants, in addition to individual and corporate donors.